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Pell Frischmann to design new Delhi Airport

Pell Frischmann has won the contract to design a new terminal and piers at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.
The new scheme will create a world-class airport with capacity increased from 15 million to 37 million passengers per annum. The airport is being designed with an ultimate capacity of 100 million passengers per annum.The scheme includes the redevelopment of the existing international airport and the construction of the new Terminal 3 (T3). Improvements to the domestic terminals, a new runway, taxiways and apron areas are also planned.Work is due to start on-site in early 2007 with the project delivered in two phases over 39 months. The existing airport will remain fully operational during the construction process and completion is due to coincide with the Commonwealth Games in October 2010. Pell Frischmann is working in partnership with Mott McDonald and HOK as masterplanners, engineers and cost consultants.

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